A panel of artists and educators speak about the concept of choice-based art teaching.
Tell us about your successes in providing your students with authentic art experiences. Can you share an insight, tip, or anecdote that will help others?
The Field Tells Us...
Limitations on time, space, and materials, as well as large student populations, often result in K-12 art teachers "covering" content with easy-to-manage projects, which primarily teach students to follow directions.
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How must art teaching change so that students take on the job of the artist and experience authentic personal art making?
Click "View All Responses" to browse through the questions that have been answered by Katherine Douglas, a twenty-five-year veteran art educator, and Dr. John Crowe, Art Education Department Chairperson at the Massachusetts College of Art. To find questions and answers about a specific topic, click "View All Responses" and then use the search tool that appears at the top of the list.